Workshop Title: An Exploration of the Líng Shū靈樞, Běn Cǎo Gāng Mù 本草綱目and the Berlin Collection with Paul Unschuld Ph.D.
Presenter: Paul Unschuld Ph.D.
Format: Onsite Workshop for Professional and Continuing Education
Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM (EST)
Location: MUIH Main Campus Rooms 3 & 4 | Visitor Information: https://www.muih.edu/visit
Credential: Certificate of Completion
CEUs: 7 CEUs – NCCAOM, MD Board of Acupuncture
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Spend the day engaging with Dr. Paul Unschuld, the renowned scholar who assisted a generation of Chinese Medicine Practitioners in the West, allowing us to tap into the textual sources of the Chinese Medicine tradition.
8:30-9:00 AM: Registration
9:00-12:30 PM - Part 1: The Enigmatic Líng Shū靈樞: An ancient text on a new type of medicine
12:30-1:45 PM: Lunch on own
1:45-3:45 PM - Part 2: The Běncǎo Gāngmù 本草綱目: The neglected apex of Chinese Materia Medica literature
3:45-4:00 PM: Break
Part 3: Beyond the Classics: The Berlin Collection of handwritten Chinese medical texts
5:15-5:30 PM: Wrap-Up
As a result of this experience, you will be able to:
- Explain the history of the Nei Jing and its influence on the evolution of medical thought
- Develop a fundamental knowledge on the contents of the Běncǎo Gāngmù 本草綱目and its forgotten clinical pearls
- Examine clinical findings from the Berlin Collection of medical texts
Who should participate:
- Practitioners who utilize the study of Classical Chinese Medicine texts to inform their clinical practice, whom wish to deepen understanding
- Practitioners and students with a keen interest in the historical aspects of Classical Chinese Medicine
- Practitioners who identify with the “Scholar-Physician” and wish to enhance their abilities in Classical Text studies
- Practitioners and students who wish to inform their practice through broadening their understanding of Chinese Medicine by utilizing historical and philosophical methods
- Those who have an interest in Chinese medical literature, such as sinologists, medical anthropologists, University Departments of History and Asian Medicine History
Recommended pre-requisites: None
- General Public: $250.00
- MUIH Faculty, Alumni and Students: $150.00*
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